About

Whirld Works Farm is a relative newcomer to the homesteading community, but we are quickly establishing our presence as a quality wool producing farm in Central Texas. Our goal is to nurture our family and flock in a pleasing, friendly and faithful environment.

We have many goals to expand into other areas, but for now we are finding it a sufficient challenge to perfect our line of strong, healthy sheep and to subsequently provide a great quality fine fiber wool.


 

One Comment on “About

  1. Hi! Stopped by your webpage! Congrats on your new farm. My channel on youtube is Off Grid Texas Homestead http://www.youtube.com/user/kd5inm Thanks for following me. I look forward to seeing what you all do with your place. If ya need help or have questions, feel free to ask me. A bunch of like minded people gather up on http://www.paltalk.com in a room called Off Grid Living, come by and visit with us. We have folks that are doing what you are and we help each other with advice and learning.
    kd5inm@gmail.com is my email.
    Your place looks great! Take care, KD

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